OSSTEMIMPLANT CO., LTD.
|OSSTEMIMPLANT CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140194881||DRILL, DRILL COVER, AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENT FOR COLLECTING AUTOLOGOUS BONE EMPLOYING SAME - A drill and drill cover and autogenous bone collector using the same are provided. The autogenous bone collector comprises s shaft unit connected to a driving device and a cutting unit which revolves and collects bone paticles of a patient. The cross-sectional area of the cutting unit is from 10% to 40% of an area of an imaginary circle having a radius corresponding to a distance from the center of the cutting unit to the outermost end portion of the cutting unit.||07-10-2014|
|20140166509||AMPOULE FOR STORING IMPLANT CAPABLE OF MAINTAINING HUMIDITY - An ampoule for storing an implant capable of maintaining humidity includes: a container capable of airtight sealing at least momentarily or temporarily; a partition member which divides an accommodation space inside the container into two spaces, first and second spaces, and allows vaporized water molecules to be transported between the divided spaces; and a water molecule supply source which is accommodated in the first space of the two spaces divided by the partition member and supplies the vaporized water molecules. Therefore, the invention enables the construction of an environment which allows the hydrophilicity of the implant to be maintained for a long time, wherein the hydrophilicity is imparted to and protected from the surface of the implant or a coating layer formed on the surface of the implant.||06-19-2014|
|20140017632||DENTAL IMPLANT ABUTMENT AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME - Provided are a dental implant abutment and a method of manufacturing the same, and more particularly, a dental implant abutment which forms an outer appearance of an artificial tooth, supports a porcelain prosthesis that is formed of a porcelain, and couples to and fixedly combines with a fixture. The dental implant abutment includes: a first part having a coupling structure that corresponds to an inner structure of the fixture, so that the first part couples to the fixture; a second part that extends upward from the first part and contacts gums; and a third part extending upward from the second part, having an outer circumferential surface which includes a side surface and a top surface, with a porcelain prosthesis attached to the outer circumferential surface, and including a shape in which a concave part, inwardly recessed, is formed on the side and a horizontal cross-sectional area increases in an upward direction from the concave part.||01-16-2014|
|20120323243||DRILL FOR IMPLANT SURGERY - A drill for an implant surgery is provided which allows a mucous membrane in the maxillary sinus to be quickly and safely lifted without being damaged during a surgery for the maxillary sinus. The drill for use in an implant surgery includes a connection portion formed at an upper end of a body of the drill to be connected with a driving device; and a cutting portion formed at a lower end of the body and having a cutting blade for drilling, wherein an outer circumferential edge of a distal end of the cutting portion protrudes rather than a center of the distal end of the cutting portion.||12-20-2012|
|20120316118||OLIGOPEPTIDE IMPROVING DIFFERENTIATION OF OSTEOBLASTS - The present disclosure relates to oligopeptides applicable to a dental implant, which are selected from the group consisting of PEP7 (SEQ ID NO:1), PEP71 (SEQ ID NO:2), EP72 (SEQ ID NO:3), PEP73 (SEQ ID NO:4), PEP74 (SEQ ID NO:5), PEP75 (SEQ ID NO:6) and PEP76 (SEQ ID NO:7). The oligopeptides have very high reactivity for a BMP-specific receptor to increase osteoblastic differentiation and calcification, thereby showing improved osteointegration and osteogenesis.||12-13-2012|
|20120156647||DENTAL IMPLANT FIXTURE - An implant fixture that is inserted into a bone tissue formed of a cortical bone and a cancellous bone while rotating on a central axis to thereby form an artificial tooth root, the implant fixture including a first portion that is inserted into the cortical bone and includes a first screw thread having first peaks and first roots alternating with one another on an outer surface of the first portion; and a second portion that is disposed below the first portion and inserted into the cancellous bone.||06-21-2012|
|20120088100||IMPLANTS COATED WITH LOW CRYSTALLINE HYDROXYAPATITE IN FORM OF A NETWORK OR AN ISLAND AND A METHOD FOR COATING THE SAME - The present disclosure relates to a method for coating a surface of a titanium implant with low crystalline hydroxyapatite having network- or island-like morphology and to an implant coated by such method.||04-12-2012|
|20110070558||DENTAL IMPLANT FIXTURE - The present invention relates to a dental implant fixture, and more particularly, to a dental implant fixture which rotates about a central axis thereof, and thus is inserted into a bone tissue constituted by a cortical bone and a spongy bone to form an artificial tooth root, wherein the dental implant fixture includes a first portion, a second portion, and a third portion. The first portion is inserted into the cortical bone and has an outer surface with a first screw thread whereon first vertices and first valleys are alternately arranged. The second portion is disposed beneath the first portion and inserted into the spongy bone, has an outer surface with a second screw thread whereon second vertices and second valleys are alternately arranged. The distance between the adjacent second vertices of the second screw thread is larger than the distance between the adjacent first vertices of the first screw thread. The third portion is disposed beneath the second portion, and has an outer surface with a third screw thread whereon third vertices and third valleys are alternately arranged, and a first cutting part which is hollowed such that the first cutting part is closer to the central axis than the third valleys. The lower outer diameter of the second screw thread is smaller than the upper outer diameter of the second screw thread.||03-24-2011|
Patent applications by OSSTEMIMPLANT CO., LTD.